Kornit Digital to Highlight Complete Portfolio of Retail-Quality Direct-to-Garment Product Offerings at Impressions Expo Long Beach
Wednesday, January 15, 2020
Press release from the issuing company
Exhibit to showcase new Vulcan Plus and Storm HD6 Lite systems, successful DTG partnerships, diverse applications for apparel, digital capabilities for imprinting polyester sportswear and athleisure garments, sustainable technologies
Englewood, N.J. – Kornit Digital, a worldwide market leader in digital textile printing technology, announced that the company will be introducing two new digital direct-to-garment (DTG) print systems at the upcoming Impressions Expo Long Beach event, taking place January 17-19 in Long Beach, California.
Vulcan Plus: DTG Mass Customization, Improved for 2020
Storm HD6 Lite: Completing the Retail-Ready DTG Portfolio
Kornit’s Breadth of Capabilities
Storm HD6 represents the most capable member of Kornit’s Storm platform, which is continuously widening Kornit’s install base as the ideal platform for growing small to medium-sized print shops.
Since its debut at ISS Long Beach 2019, Kornit has delivered more than 70 units of the Atlas system for industrial-capacity DTG, expanding Kornit’s install base among current DTG users looking to increase their capacity in short order and some of the world’s leading brands, as they adopt on-demand sustainable garment decoration into their existing supply chains.
Avalanche Poly Pro is the only digital DTG system designed specifically for dyed polyester and poly blends, offering nearly unlimited graphic detail and color gamut for popular sportswear and athleisure fabrics. Opening the polyester apparel market to DTG capability and quality has contributed to Kornit’s momentum, as many Poly Pro users are also new Kornit customers. For example, Industry Print Solutions, based in Scottsdale, Arizona, and Ideal Images, based in Omaha, Nebraska, both partnered with Kornit to utilize the Poly Pro system.
Hear from Kornit’s Partners in Printing Success
“Kornit spent the past year rolling out innovative product after innovative product, setting the pace for a textile decoration industry that demands quality, durability, and social responsibility, manufacturing on demand and without restrictions, serving an array of needs and consumer profiles wider than anyone had conceived even a few short years ago,” said Omer Kulka, Kornit’s EVP of Marketing and Product Strategy. “We’re not letting up anytime soon, as the new Vulcan Plus and Storm HD6 Lite make retail-quality DTG impressions accessible to printers and brands of every size and need. Kornit encourages attendees in Long Beach to come and see these innovative systems for themselves, feel the printed garments they deliver, hear from our satisfied and prosperous customers, and see why sustainable Kornit DTG technology is leading the way towards uncompromising, brilliant impressions on demand.”
Register today to arrange a personal demonstration, or to discuss your business case for implementing industry-leading DTG technology with a Kornit specialist, at Impressions Expo Long Beach.
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